Premier Inn Carlisle - M6, Jct 44
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... has booked & because it was through a 3rd party the tour went ahead. My guide called it the VIP tour haha. He was fantastic and we had a great day exploring. On our way back we stopped at this famous little bakery that sells gingerbread only. It was delicious!
The rest of my time I wandered about, sat in the hostel cafe and watched the lake. Ah the serenity.
I would love to return in the summer and go hiking as the locals ...
... bigger in real life than it does on the internet. Dinner in a pub and an early night ready for the next day. --- The morning of the climb was clear. There were clouds just touching the very top of Skiddaw but I was hoping they would burn off by the time I got up to the top. Setting off around 9am it was an easy walk out of the town to find the trail that would take me up to the car park where most others start from. The way was steep and muddy due to the forestry works ...
... coast. This is the narrowest neck of the British Isles and, either by design or convenience, has historically been the line that divided the English from the Scots.
At every mile along the wall a residential section was built, known appropriately as a “Milecastle;” designed to house up to 64 soldiers with barracks, kitchen, stables and common area. At the midpoint between each milecastle, a raised redoubt was built atop the wall to provide ...
... 4 MORE! the best part of the experience was seeing a trailer for the Inbetweeners 2 movie.
the bed I've been sleeping on is a single in every aspect possible. feet hang over the edge and to turn over requires a hand on one side edge to prevent from falling off. it's really funny. I giggle every night when I defeat the laws of gravity and manage to stay on.
anywho, this town is quiet. a little too quiet. but it has ...
... the background. Clouds hung over mountain tops, misting down into the valley as we walked the street lined with cottages and brick shops. Not finding anywhere to eat, we headed back towards the bus stop and continued on past in the opposite direction. Off the path, we found Wordsworth's home, a white cottage with green ivy climbing up the side, and a brown brick roof. His view was undeniably the topic of his poems. We crossed the street to check out ...